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online service to host jpeg file

by stevie2u / April 8, 2004 6:26 AM PDT

I need to send a jpeg file to someone and they require a URL address from which to get it and suggest using my isp or an online service to host the file. How do I accomplish this? Any help is appreciated.

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Re:online service to host jpeg file
by snapshot / April 9, 2004 12:27 AM PDT
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Re:Re:online service to host jpeg file
by stevie2u / April 9, 2004 3:48 AM PDT

Thanks so much for helping me out. I didn't even understand what I was asking but now it's making sense. I appreciate it!

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Re: online service to host jpeg file
by ChuckT / May 2, 2004 11:28 AM PDT

If you create a Yahoo account, you can set up a Briefcase, with up to 30 MBytes of storage space, for free.

The pictures can either be in that Briefcase, or you can store them in a free Yahoo photo album. Either way, you can then have an address, an URL, to let others retrieve it.

There are other free sites too, I'm sure.
Good luck.

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